Matko Marušić is Professor Emeritus at the University of Split, Split, Croatia. He was a Professor at Medical Schools (in Zagreb and Split) in courses of Physiology, Immunology, Principles of Research in Medicine, and of Research Methodology at postgraduate programs. He published 190 articles in scientific journals cited in Web of Science (H-index=28) and has around 150 publications including articles in scientific journals, books, book chapters, and a number of polemics and educational texts. He was a president of the Croatian Association of Physiologists, founder and Co-Editor-in-Chief of Croatian Medical Journal (1991-2009), Associate Dean of Zagreb University School of Medicine for School Branches in Osijek and Split, and Dean of the University of Split School of Medicine. He was one of the organisers and leaders of the humanitarian action 'White Road for Nova Bila and Silver Bosnia' (1993/94). He published many short stories and a collection of children stories 'Snijeg u Splitu' (The Snow in the City of Split) and 'Plaču li anđeli' (Do Angels Cry?). He also published the book of essays 'Živjeti u Župi Radobilji' (Living in the Radobilja Parish) and humoristic books 'Škola plivanja' (Swimming lessons), 'Medicina iznutra' (Medicine from Inside), and 'Life of an Editor'. In 2018 he published his biggest literally work 'Mi Hrvati' (We Croats).